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  1. When using Adobe Audition 3.0 to import 96khz-24 .wav files, they are displayed as 32-bit files in Adobe on the bottom as
    96000 . 32-bit . Stereo
    So when I select down-sample to 44.1khz w/o any dither, Adobe prefilters, downsamples, then shows "converting 32-bit to 24-bit".

    Under Edit/Preferences/Data I have "Auto-convert all data to 32-bit upon opening" UNCHECKED.
    The source is 24-bit (MediaInfo), so what is Adobe Audition really doing at that point?
    Is Adobe converting to 32-bit upon opening, then back to 24-bit degrading the audio file?
    The plan was to down sample with Adobe(Save as same bit rate), then use iZoptope Ozone 4 dither plugin w/audacity to dither Mbit+ rebit to 16 bits for CDs.
    Don't believe Audacity down sampling to be the best.

    Thanks gents...
    Last edited by ranosb; 26th Jun 2011 at 17:56.
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    the only "portable" version of audition is warez.

    you might have to actually buy it to get settings to work.
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  3. Not if I have the original copy and I made it portable...
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    hehe yeah right.

    did you make the wav files? if not just a 24 notation in the filename doesn't mean much. check them with something else. maybe mediainfo can or try audacity.
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  5. Wav files manufactured right here in my studio...
    My vinyl ripping gear, when only the best will do...
    A picture's worth a thousand rips!

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